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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 6 April 1916

’ Vi\"::--'i^-'VV:- 7 ^ V V .. THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, APRIL 6, 1916. W ent Out Like March went out like 'a lamb, having come in like a lion The last day was cloudy b u t mild and spring-like. Dorcas Society.— x The Dorcas society wilj meet with Mrs. H. W. Ullsperger, at the Hatch home, on Tuesday evening, April 11.- Council Mfeeting Adjourned.— The regular meeting of the council was adjourned from Tuesday until F ri­ day evening,' owing to election day. W restling Match.— Gordon Rose defeated M att Ade, Bob Calhoun bested W alter Grotli and Frank M artin threw W alter Bauman in the wrestling m atch'on Monday ev­ ening. : W. C. T. U. Meeting.— There will be a . meeting of the W- C. T. U. a t.th e home of Mrs. A. Ivalmbach next Tuesday afternoon. This will be the annual business meeting and elec­ tion of .officers and a large attendance is desired. M ay Purchase Goodrich H otel— Arnold Wagener* is negotiating for the purchase of the Goodrich Hotel property and the sale all depe...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 6 April 1916

Vs 'Iliii'BJx.' THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, APRIL 6, 1916. ‘ ^ FOBESHADOWXD. Y estreen, thro’ a cloudy fleece, T he starS shone w anly bright. A nd th e crooked moon, like '- a golden creese, H ung low in the purple night T he d istan t m ountain lines . Doomed shadow y and vast. And the surge and ro ar of the rocking pines W as loud on the rushing blast! A nd ever there came to me An ominous under-sound O f strong, wild w aters, pent and bound And struggling to be free. •‘Some prem onition seems To haunt- the sleeping woods,\" I said : “To quicken th e fettered floods And trouble th eir w intry dream s!” T hen out o f the m isty south T h ere.crep t, in a gusty flaw, Like the warm, so ft touch of a ch ild ish , t ]1pv found him lying on .h is lounge mouth, I , , _,.i The breath of the vernal thaw T he rose-vines drow sily stirred. As they- clung to the sodden pane, And low in the humid dark I heard The sibilant w hisper—\"Rain.” said th at some day, perhaps, my grand­ father might ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 6 April 1916

an inch, h alf an inch, aii inch sh o rter— W hether th e sk irts are fo r M other o r daughter, B riefer the dresses ( F uller, th e ripple r W hile w hisking gli M ore than they oughter. Is\" th ere a m an dism ayed? No—from th e sig h t displayed None could be sundered, to clerk. S hort sk irts to rig h t of them — S horter to le ft of.thein , .S h o rtest in fro n t of them, • F lau n ted and' flirted— In hose of strip e and plaid, \\ Hued m ost exceeding glad, S porting in sp ats run mad, Come in th e short-skirted. F lashed all th e ir ankles there, F lashed as they turned In the air— W hat w ould women not dare? (Though th e exhibits show Some of them blundered.) A ll so rts and shapes of pegs, Broom sticks, piano legs H ere and th ere fairy shapes J u s t b u ilt to w alk on eggs, ' Come by the hundred. W hen can th e ir glory fade * t)—the w ild show they made,' , A ll th e w orld wondered, G rand dairie and demoiselle, Shop g irl and Bowery Belle— F o u r H undred—H 'm —oh...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 6 April 1916

PAGE EIGHT THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, A BRIL 6, 1916. Classified Advertising F ° f . FOR SALE—BOATS. SALE—Schooner Ludwig. LUDWIG* St. Joseph, Mich. l?O R SALE • Good scow 60x26 .feet. Built of ook ond has steel bulkheads.* For additional information apply to O, L. ANDERSON, 2246 Armitagc Ave., Chicago. -11-4 FOR SALE. HTEAM FOR SA LE-W elt matched blacks, weig- ing about 2600 lbs. JAMES GORDON, one mile from Sawyer on Little Sturgeon road. Saw­ yer postofRce. 3-30*3 P IL E DRIVER FOR S A L E -n good strong steam pile driver furnished complete. Also gasoline boat, nets, etc, AH in good shape. W rite KENF1ELD & ZKTTEL, Fox. Mich. 3-30 ■pOR SA LE-40 acres of land with small house A and barn, 114 miles from the town of Steph­ enson, Mich. For further particulars w rite or see LEONARD LIND, Detroit'Harbor, Wis. 3*23-4 ■POR SA LE-Hand-nmde Library Suitp—four * chairs, table and chefTcrobc—solid guaran­ teed oak. Cost §75.00 used four months. Price $40.00. FRANK AVERY. Waldo ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 April 1916

ESTABLISHED 1862 ' ‘ f - ■ ■ ■ Advocate iis me ‘ ' • ’ I ' ' fty and Cnii|ty * V* THE 55t* 'ear VOL. 55 NO. 3 STURGEON BAY. WIS., THURSDAY. APRIL 13. 1916. & GENERAL MARINE NOTES. The Hamilton Transportation com­ pany and 0. W. Blodgett, who operate two of the largest fleets in the lumber trade, have advanced the wages of the men on the boats 10 per cent. John Lowery of Cheboygan, Mich., ■who has been in charge of the forward engine on the Chief Wawatam during - the winter, has been appointed, chief en­ gineer on the steamer Algoraah for the coming season and lias commenced fit: ting her cut. - The steamer Mohawk,.which lias been purchased by the Crosby Transporta­ tion company from the Western Transit company, has been renamed the Amer-* lea, The boat will be sent into the grain trade between Duluth and the lower lake ports as soon as navigation ■opens. lvnut Erickson, an old resident of Manitowoc county, who for years fol­ lowed the lakes as a sailor and later wa...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 April 1916

PAGE TWO THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, APRIL 13, 1916. ^Sturgeon ®a? advocate P u b lish e d E v e ry T h u rs d a y a t S tu rg eo n ■ B ay, AVIs. Bntered in th e P ost-ofllee a t S tu rg e o n Bay. IVls-. a s seco n d -c la ss m atter. R A T E S O P S U B S C R IP T IO N : One y e a r ...........................................11.50 S ix m o n th s ............. 75 P o u r m o n th s ...................................................50 Two m o n th s .................... .25 S in g le copies .................... 05 T w o d o lla rs w ill be ch a rg e d If n o t p a id w ith in th e year. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager. he is as good a Democrat as will be found in their party. Theodore Roosevelt lias announced the fact that he is in a receptive mood for the Republican “presidential nomination. No more Bull Moosers* for him. He found that he was not greater than the party.- He is making a strong bid for the nomination by appealing to the pa­ triotism of the delegates. He declare...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 April 1916

THE STUE6X0H BAY ADVOCATE, APRIL 13, 191«. ‘ : V . v AOE State News in Brief W illiam Lorrison, aged 8 , of Beloit is n ear death from burns. H is' clothing caught fire while he was playing with a Bonfire. Charles A. W alker, 38 years old, pres ident of the Bank of Hancock, died S at­ urday night from blood poison resulting from an ulcerated tooth. In Algoma there was quite a contest for the office of Treasurer, which result­ ed in a tie, Clias. Anderegg and C. F. Schmeling, the leading' candidates each receiving 164 votes. A movement is on foot a t the . Diver­ sity to organize a company of the N a­ tional Guard among upper classmen and faculty members. Yale, Harvard, Cor­ nell and Illinois have already organized student companies. Nearly every paper concern in Nee- nah and Menaslia, which made an­ nouncement last week th a t they were to operate their mills on the eight-hour basis hereafter has already put the new schedule into effect. Announcement has been received of the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 April 1916

■ \\ ' FOUR * , . . ' • ■' '■ THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE, APRIL 13, 1916. Personalltem s Mrs. Samuel Swanson and son return­ ed to their home at Madison on Thurs­ day- Elton Washburn has been confined to Ids bed the last^few days with a severe mid. Oliver Simon went to Milwaukee Mon­ day to spend a couple of days on busi­ ness. Mrs. IVnltcr Oertling went to Mani­ towoc on Wednesday to spend a few days with her husband. - Mrs Wiliam Higgins has been on the sick list during the ' past week, tho nothing serious is apprehended- ^ The family of Clias.^Goettelmann ar • rived here from Chicago the first ,of the week to remain for the summer. Joseph Wolter left Wednesday for outside, ppints, and will be absent until the first of next week on business. ■ Miss Ida Bebo of Menominee arrived ,here Saturday and is visiting with the family of her brother, Frank Bebo. Joseph Worley went to Chicago Tues-* day \\^jcre he will ship as assistant en- gm e^iSv one of tlie steamers fitting ou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 April 1916

TH» StPRQBOW BAT ADVOCATE, APRIL 13, 1916. PAO*-frVR . Easter Cantata.— The Metlioidst Church choir will give a fine Cantata faster Sunday evening a t the church. W. C. Annual Meeting.— The annual meeting of the Woman’s club for the election of officers will be held on Friday, April 14, at 2 p. m. Established Here.— , Henry Gottschalk has established a sale stable here and will remain during the ensuing summer and falL H e also . has a breeding stallion in charge of a manager. Planting Fish Fry.— Supt. Frank Suthers has been busy the past week planting fish fry in the waters of Green bay and Lake Michi- gan. He hatched about sixteen million trout eggs‘in the 1o»l hatchery during the past winter, and in the course of the next month expects to have them all planted. On Saturday the state fish car Badger No. 2, brought a couple of million whitefish fry here from Sheboy­ gan. and these were deposited in the waters. hereabouts. . Another consign­ ment will be brought here the end of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 April 1916

iwfrs- T H E B E A V r a m D A m » . T h e re 's a b e a u tifu l lan d t h a t lies, to th e , w e s t . . O f the fa r fam ed valley o f tears, \"Where the griefs th a t are born are jcal ously prest To the h earts of sorrow ful years. And ai-e borne w ith a noiseless, meas ureless tread Down the valley, across the strand. S traig h t on to the sea, w here the barks of the dead F lo at to the B eautiful Land. T h e dip of w ater is heard In the night, And the griefs th a t lie on the sands I n the naked' woe, through the shim m ering light. Reach out their w eird shadow y hanSs. A nd beckon the vessels to come to them there, And call to th e m ystical band A nd d rifts o'er the sea, to a welcomfng a ir Blown so ft from the B eautiful Land. T hey glide in the w onderful silence of death, \"With faces, snow white, to th e west, A nd lily hands kissed by the spice lad' en breath T h a t stray s from the sw eet land of rest. T hey heed not a moan from th e gray, m isty vale They see ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 April 1916

1HK STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE. APRIL 13, 1516. PAGE HIES ^ y' BUSINESS DIRECTORY ‘ A dTertlM tnenta u nder th is bead $1 a line A S . SZATTGHTE P H Y SIC IA N AND SURGEON. Bph ralm , W is. W isconsin • telephone, t sh o rt 1 long. Door C ounty telephone. 1 sh o rt 1 long: w ill be a t B aileys H arb o r.T h u rsd ay and S aturday afternoons,'' from 3 to 5, and a t E llison B ay M ondays and Fridays, from 3 to S p. m. G. » . SGEXAH 9 PH Y SICIAN AND SURGEON. Offices in M erchant Exchange Bank Building, Phone 23. Sturgeon Bay, W is. O B. T. C. PBOOTOB. PHY SICIAN AND SURGEON. Offices R E M . W ashburn Co. s to re Bldg., S tu r­ geon Bay, W is. B. B . SOBB, K . S . 3 EY E, EAR, NOSE and THROAT a Spa ’ cialty, G lasses scientifically fitted Office h ours 10 a. m. to E p. m. ° th s i h ours by appointm ent. P hone 63. ST. MARY’S HOSPITAL. G REEN BAY, W IS. M odern in every . w ay, 100 beds. B est Service. Medi- oal and S urgical Cases Accepted. R ates reasonable. S B . A. H. CBAZnDSEB. DE...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 April 1916

DAGK EIGHT THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE, APRIL 13, 1916. THEATRE Thursday and Friday 6 - Reel Universal Broadway Feature Hie College Orphan Friday is Souvenir Night, 3 Nights—2 Matinees Starting Saturday, April 15 On the Firing line with the Germans None of us will have the oppor tunity to see a battle of the great European War, but we will all have a chance to see some of it in moving pictures. The films we are adver­ tising are actual scenes from the front taken from an auto and aero plane. It is the greatest scoop of the war, the pictures being taken by W . H . Durborough, a daring press photographer, who accompanied Von Hindenberg's army. See With the Eyes of the Camera Storming Fort Novo Georgeievsk! ' The Fall of Warsaw! Great Seven Day Battle! Battlefields from Aeroplane! Von Hindenberg’s Smashing Drive! The Kaiser at the Front! Murderous Machine Gun Fire! - Hammering the Big Forts! Zeppelin Raids on Warsaw! Rain of Russian Shells! Fietce Infantry Assaults! , Miles of Battling ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 April 1916

The Advocate is the Official Paper of Both City anL County ESTABLISHED VOL. 55 NO 4 STURGEON BAY, W1S., THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1916. THE 5thYea A YE AR GREEN BAY IS OPENED. The carferry steamer Ann Arbor No. 5 opened navigation bn Green bay S at­ urday afternoon, when she made a trip from Frankfort to Menominee, Mich. The big ice crushing earferry, laden ■with twenty odd cars, arrived a t tliis port along about 1 o’clock. There being Ho ice in the bay from the canal to the .government bluff, she encountered no trouble until she ran into the windrow that extended across the mouth of the bay from the Sherwood point light to the stone quarries of Leathern & Smith company on the east shore. Wiheii the powerful steamer struck this ledge of ict , the depth of which is estimated a t from fifteen to thirty feet, she came to a standstill. Several plunges were made in the. embargo in hopes of loosening it up, as the cakes are not frozen together beyond a cou­ ple of feet. After working a...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 April 1916

^S tu rg eo n Hbvocate Published Every Thursday at Sturgeon - V ‘ Bay, Wls. ,_______ ■ntered in the Post-offlee at Sturgeon ■ Bay, Wis., as second-class matter. R A T E S O F S U B S C R IP T IO N : One year ....................... $150 S ix m o n th s ................................... 75 Four m o n th s ............................................50 T w o m o n th s S in g le conies ............................................ T w o d o lla rs w ill b e c h a rg e d if paid w ith in th e year. DUDLEY S, LONG, Business Manager. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., April 20, 1016. ■ EASTER. • Sunday the Christian looks beyond th e cross, above the grave, and secs a ' risen, glorified Savior, who has burst th e gates of death and removed the stings from mortal fear. I t is the greatest of Christian festi­ vals, as without the resurrection, the faith of the church would have no cer­ tain basis, for if Christ died, and did not rise from the dead as commemorat­ ed on Easter morning, then is fa...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 April 1916

tv? 1H I « BAT ADVOCAT*, APRIL 2a, jgifi. State Nevvs in Brief Six deputy conservation wardens ar­ rested seven De Pere fishermen at the ‘government dam at De Pere, last week And confiscated five nets containing, 200 founds of pike. The raid is the most successful pulled off in several years. For the eighteenth consecutive season ■the output o f Senator Isaac Stephen- uon’s lumber mills at Marinette, 20000,- 000 feet, has been sold, to the Hines Lumber company Of Chicago. The deal :inade on Thursday, involves $400,000. Four Manitowoc county' men, Fred Kilmet. Edward Wilda, E. W. Waehold and Thomas Stehnia, arrested by Man­ itowoc and .Slieboygan - conservation wardens, were each fined $25 and costs on Friday for catching pickerel with a net. , Two yeggmen blew open the safe in the Elclio postoffice, about thirty miles north of Antigo, on Saturday, and es­ caped with about $100 in cash. The Stamps and the registered mail was not disturbed. The safe. door was blown off. aid law,...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 April 1916

Personalltems Edward Skilling 1ms accepted the berth of cook on Grays Reef lightship Kb. 57. , . - Mrs. Stanley Scyk and baby of Ke­ waunee arc gmests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Draeb. John G. Ollinger returned home Monday from Milwaukee, where lie' spent several days on business. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ives, Jr., was visitfed by the stork on Satur­ day, and left a bouncing baby boy. Frank McCulIot.gh arrived here Sat­ urday from Pittsburgh, Pa., and will spend a week visiting with relatives. . E. C. Smith of Seymour was in the c te f ' ' 'Tuesday on business between ..trains, during which he visited rela­ tives. Luke F. Keogh .Jr., of ■ Forestville, who recently located in that town after residing at Stratford, \\Vis., was a visi­ tor here between trains on Tuesday, looking after some business matters. Miss Clara Carmody was. taken to the Egelnnd hospital on Sunday for med­ ical treatment, suffering with typhoid. She was taken ill .on Thursday and obliged t...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 April 1916

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, APRIL 20,1910, tA G lE V V l% Easter Sunday.1*-*- Special services in all the churches on vEUerter fJundajy -W®iich falls on' ’ next Sunday. • . - Episcopal Sendees.— Rev. Horatio Gates -will hold Episco­ pal services in the. Odd Fellows'hall on E aster Sunday 'a t 10:30 a. in. Trout Season Opens.— * The tro u t season opened on Satur­ day, the 15th inst., and a number of lo­ cal nimrods paid a visit to the stream s in this vicinity on the following dajv Opens Grocery Store.— Ole Linquist the first of the week opened a'grocery store on Cottage street between Cedar and Court. He has a very neat and attractive looking place. Loses Valuable Cow.— John Fcuerstein on Friday lost- one of his valuable blooded Jersey cows, ' death being- diie to calving. He lost one about a-year ago in a similar manner. Injured, -When Rig Capsizes.— . . George Peterson was injured when th e rig in which he was riding capsized oh Sunday. . While he was laid up for . a couple of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 April 1916

PAGE SIX THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE»APRIL20, 1918. sntnro CMAiraro. ’T ls m orn! On lea v in g hom e a ro u n d I : g lan ce— A n d h e re is lu x u ry a n d eleg an ce: T h e d o g a n d c u t upon th e h e a rth ru g He. M y sw e e t w ife k isse s m e an d sa y s good-bye, W h ile s e rv a n ts b rin g m y h a t, a n d c o at a n d cane. W ith so m uch co m fo rt, how co u ld m an co m p lain ? ?T is noon. As to m y hom e I th en d raw ■ near, 1 h e a r th e sound of blow s. T h e a tm o s ­ p h ere I s b u t a stillin g , b lin d in g clobd o f d u s t ’T is fro m th e c a rp e ts b eaten , I m is­ tru s t A nd, h o rro r stric k e n to th e h o u se I fly, A scen e of d e so la tio n g re e ts ray eye T h e c a rp e ts up, th e c u rta in s dow n, fires ou t, ■ F u r n itu r e a ll u p se t an d p ile d 'a b o u t W h ile back an d fo rth , w ith h e a d s in to w e ls bound. W ith s k ir ts looped up* a fo o t ab o v e th e g round. A nd a rm s a ll bared, fly c re a tu ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 April 1916

' - f~ ’? J ^ ^ . it ,* V y - \" ’^ ( , 1( . i , / xaac sTURGion k a r apyocatk, april 20,191$. PAG* ■ * M * w a u n w a . ' i N o t ' until eVery heart ia God’s good * V.v . gift . .r-^ .....‘- :■ /■:.-’ ■ . • Of sim ple tfenderness .allowed w e m eet ‘ ■■: ~ \" ... . W ith love in many fashions when w e -lift. ■ ' ' ■' . :v ■ F irst to our lips life’s w aters bitter-, XiOve com es upon us . w ith resistless . power . • Of curbless passion and with , head­ strong will ■ . ' • I t plays around like April’s breeze and shower, Or calmly flows, a rapid stream, and, . still. \" • I t comes With blessedness unto the heart That welcomes it aright, or—bitter . -fate!— I t wrings the bosom with- so' fierce a \"v smart, That love, we cry, is crueler than hate. And then, ah me, when\" love has ceased to bless, Our broken'hearts cry out for tender­ ness! . We long for tenderness like that which hung . About us. lying on our mother’s .A selfish feeling, that no pen nor ton...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 20 April 1916

Marine News [Continued from F irst Cage] GENERAL MARINE ITEMS. The name of the steamer Wisconsin has been changed to the A. F. Harvey and the steamer Yale' to the Charlotte Graveraft Breitung. The steamer Theodore Roosevelt has been sold at Michigan City, Ind., to sat­ isfy judgments. It was bid in for $00,- 173.51 by C. E. Amt, president of the Michigan City Citizens bank. The steamer Kansas of the Chicago, Racine and Milwaukee . line, is in the south yard of the Milwaukee drydockl company for a general overhauling and! caulking of her hull, preparatory to go-1 ing into commission. j A strike on the Ann Arbor line of steamers one day last week threatened trouble, but was of short duration. The demands of the men for an advance in wages was submitted to by the company and they returned to work three or four hours after they went out. The steamer J. S. Crouse, Capt. Clias. Anderson, is again in commission, car­ rying hay from Two Creeks to Manito­ woc for Hall Bros. Last winter wh...

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